The good folks at Exterro recently released a very interesting report titled “Federal Judges Survey, eDiscovery Best Practices and Trends.” The title includes a link to download the report, which I highly recommend reading as it is good to know what the judges who rule on eDiscovery all the time are thinking. Overall, the report calls for some necessary disruptive change in the practice of eDiscovery in order to demonstrate competency. There are some excellent tips in the report on how eDiscovery professionals can improve and what kinds of trends we should be on the lookout for.
One finding stood out to me in particular – the Judges surveyed felt that social media would be the technology trend with the biggest effect on eDiscovery over the next two years.
As the report states, “Attorneys must be aware that all emerging technology platforms are just like email; if they…
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